Hafeez Saeed denounces Indo-Pak peace talks

Hafeez Saeed
Islamabad, April 12: He is doing it again and that too right under the nose of the Pakistan government. Can the Pakistani government hear him or do they need India to provide evidence, looks like nothing will convince Pakistan about the heinous intentions of Hafeez Saeed.

Saeed, considered as the mastermind of the 26/11 Mumbai attacks has denounced the renewed peace process between India and Pakistan and has raised the issue of Kasmir's 'liberation' again and that too in Islamabad, the capital city of Pakistan.

Addressing a rally of about 200 supporters at Islamabad, he said,"This cricket diplomacy, these so called trade and friendship efforts have no value. We want to be clear about this. We are with the Kashmiri people and will continue to give our full support till they are free. We will stand by the Kashmiri people until they have achieved freedom."

He added, "The path the Pakistani government is adopting, to gain India's friendship is not acceptable to Pakistan under any circumstances and we want to be clear about this, we are with the Kashmiris and, god willing, we will fulfil our commitment."

Apart from Saeed, the rally was addressed by Abdul Aziz Alvi, the head of the Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) in PoK, Muhammad Usman- United Jihad Council vice-chairman and leaders of the Hurriyat Conference.

Saeed's rant is yet another instance of the Pakistani government, preferring to over-look the head of the militant's anti-India howling at the centre of Pakistan's capital.

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